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Adding a baby to new health law plans not easy

01/03/2014 10:34am
There's another quirk in the Obama administration's new health insurance system: It lacks a way for consumers to quickly and easily update their coverage for the birth of a baby and other common life changes.

Adolescent addiction: When pornography strikes early

01/03/2014 11:37am
A growing number of teens are struggling because of increasing appetites for pornography — which was often first found during an innocent Web search at home. Experts say the age of first exposure is continuing to fall and is now around 11 or 12.

The doughnut run that led to a resolution rethink

01/03/2014 8:55pm
I didn't give a second thought to an approaching SUV until I realized with horror that it was about to hit me. Weeks later, I read my 2013 list of New Year's resolutions, and that's when it hit me — with at least as much force as the car had.

Reversing same-sex marriage would do 'irreparable harm' to couples, children

01/03/2014 10:30pm
Attorneys fighting Utah's attempt to halt same- sex marriages in the state say it would do irreprable harm to married gay couples and their children.
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